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Enrique Olvera’s Mexican resistance, Food tech on the plate, a tasting tour of Warsaw and the James Bear winners in full, plus Asia’s 50 Best Bars, here are some of the stories that made Fine Dining Lovers this week.
Enrique Olvera on how Italy and Mexicans have a lot in common and how running one of the world’s best restaurants in Mexico becomes an act of resistance.
From top restaurants to companies, even more kitchens are using data systems and technologies to improve processes ranging from recipes to food waste.
A selection of typical gourmet spots shared by Michelin-starred chef Wojciech Modest Amaro. A tasty travel bucket list for your next trip.
The winner of the Asia’s 50 Best Bars is a Hemingway-inspired drinking den in Hong Kong, knocking the last two years’ winner Manhattan, Singapore off top spot into second.
Virgilio Martinez was stopped by customs at LAX airport with a bag full of frozen Piranhas and held for five hours before being released.
The James Beard Foundation Awards, were held in the Lyric Opera in Chicago last night with restauranteurs, chefs, designers, servers and sommeliers out to celebrate the theme of "Good food for Good" at one of the biggest nights in the American culinary calendar.